5 Memory Care Facilities in Saint Lucie County, FL

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Lake Forest Park

Provides: Memory Care
2909 South 25th St, Fort Pierce, FL 34981
"It’s time you experienced the retirement you have always dreamed of. Let Lake Forest Park provide you with the freedom to enjoy life while all of your needs are being taken care of. Whether you are..." More

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Atria Port St. Lucie

Provides: Memory Care
9825 South US Highway 1, Port Saint Lucie, FL 3...
"Set amongst the scenic waterways and nature preserves of St. Lucie County is Atria Port St. Lucie – a vibrant senior living community where active older adults can live more independently with..." More

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The Brennity at Tradition

Provides: Memory Care
10685 SW Stony Creek Way, Port Saint Lucie, FL ...
"Brennity at Tradition is a preferred retirement community in the Port St. Lucie, FL area. Located on 30 acres, Brennity at Tradition offers independent living cottages and apartments plus assisted..." More

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The Lynmoore at Lawnwood

Provides: Memory Care
1550 North Lawnwood Circle, Fort Pierce, FL 34950
"As one of only 10% of Florida’s assisted living providers with an Extended Congregate Care (ECC) license, The Lynmoore at Lawnwood can offer senior living services that can extend your stay in..." More

Palms at St. Lucie West

Provides: Memory Care
501 NW Cashmere Boulevard, Port Saint Lucie, FL...
"Among the palm trees and warm ocean breeze of St. Lucie, Florida, The Palms at St. Lucie West welcomes you. The Palms at St. Lucie West offers the freedom and uncomplicated living you deserve. From..." More

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